Planning

Conveyancing is the legal process of buying and selling a property that typically takes between one and four months. When you are planning to move home or buy a new property, you need to know all the costs involved and exactly what to do to help your solicitor or conveyancer complete the transaction. In-Deed can help you kick-start the process by giving you a detailed estimate of all the costs involved. Tell us about the property you’re buying or selling and we’ll give you an instant quote.

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Why is this important? 
Whether you’re new to the property market or have bought and sold before, as soon as you’ve agreed to buy or sell, you will need a solicitor or specialist conveyancer you can trust to act quickly and efficiently on your behalf. You also need to know from the get-go exactly how much conveyancing is going to cost so you can get your finances in place.
What happens? 
In-Deed will provide you with a detailed quote that outlines all of the costs associated with the legal side of buying and selling your home. For buyers, this is also likely to include Stamp Duty Land Tax, the tax levied by the government on all property and land transactions over a certain amount. Every conveyancing transaction also includes essential payments that must be paid by your solicitor to third parties, such as local authorities. The In-Deed team will explain clearly and in simple terms what all of these charges, known in legal terms as disbursements, relate to. Every quote is covered by our Fixed Fee Guarantee - the price we quote is the price you pay so there are no surprises and no hidden charges popping up unexpectedly.
What we do 
Give you a detailed quote that breaks down all the essential elements of the conveyancing cost, backed with our Fixed Fee Guarantee.
Things you will need to do: 
Reach an agreement on the sale and/or purchase
Budget for all the costs of selling your current home and buying the new one
Tell us all of the property details to get your quote
Instruct In-Deed to appoint a solicitor to act on your behalf
Things you will need to send us: 
Nothing at the moment